FIX: System Thread Exception not Handled in Windows 10

The blue screen of death error is considered one of the most annoying errors in Windows. One of the reasons for this error is not handled thread exception. Many users get very confused when trying to figure the fix to such error and why wouldn’t they? All they see is a blank blue screen. Well, that’s where we come in, this guide is prepared in a step by step manner to help you fix the BSOD errors on your PC.

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How to fix the BSOD error caused by not handled thread exception?

Update your graphic card driver:

  • Press Windows key + X key
  • Next, click on Device Manager
  • head to Display Adapters section. Now find your graphic card driver
  • Next, right-click on the driver and click on uninstall
  • Then tick the Remove the driver software for this device box and click ok
  • After the driver has been removed, Restart your PC
  • Now go to your respective graphic driver’s site and download and install the latest drivers

Run Windows 10 recovery media:

  • Reboot your PC and insert the Windows 10 recovery media
  • Click next on Windows setup window
  • Now head over to repair your computer
  • Click on Troubleshoot
  • Head over to Advanced Options tab
  • From the menu choose Command Prompt
  • Type the following command in the box:

BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY

  • Let the command run and then restart your PC
  • After the PC restarts click on the F8 key constantly to enter the Advanced Boot Options
  • Next select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter
  • Then in the safe mode reset your graphic drivers

Disable your antivirus:

Some of your antivirus features may be intervening in your system and so causing error. So it would be best if you considered disabling some of your antivirus features for a while or a better solution is to install a more compatible and better antivirus software that won’t cause such errors in the future.

Run an SFC scan:

  • Press Windows key + X key
  • The command prompt window will open click on the run an administrator.
  • Now type in the following command.

sfc/scannow

  • Then press Enter
  • Let the command run after that. Restart your PC

Conclusion:

This guide would’ve solve your problem by the time you tried every method mentioned above. However if not then please leave your feedback so we could look for more ways to fix this error and update this article.

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